I have checked other posts about randomly rotating screens, and screens that rotate after sleep. I have tried the following to no avail:

1. Lock Screen Rotation

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Problem persists.

2. Disable Gnome Orientation Plugin

$ gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.orientation active false

Problem persists.

3. Disable/Uninstall iio-sensor-proxy

$ sudo systemctl stop iio-sensor-proxy.service
$ sudo systemctl disable iio-sensor-proxy.service

$ sudo apt-get remove iio-sensor-proxy

Problem persists.

Every time I close the lid, laptop awakes sideways and I have to run:

$ xrandr -o normal

Is there a bug somewhere? Have I missed something?

How can I make xrandr -o normal run every time the laptop wakes from suspend? Maybe a hackish solution, but it might work right?

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